- Sep 8, 2016 to Oct 7, 2016
- Location: Paris Theater and Angelika Film Center
Cohen Media Group is proud to announce the upcoming release of COME WHAT MAY, the new film by Christian Carion, (Joyeux Noel, Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award nominee,) an epic yet intimate drama set in northern France during the “exodus” of millions of citizens who had to abandon their homes during WW2 to escape the imminent German invasion. With a top European cast including August Diehl, Olivier Gourmet, Mathilde Seigner and Matthew Rhys, COME WHAT MAY is scheduled to open in New York on Friday, September 9 at the Paris Theater and the Angelika Film Center followed by a national roll out.
May 1940: German forces roll into France. Led by their reluctant mayor (Olivier Gourmet), the inhabitants of a small Northern French village are forced to flee along with millions of others throughout the country. The villagers take with them a German child whose father (August Diehl) opposed the Nazi regime and has been jailed for lying about his nationality. The father escapes into the fog
- Created by: Aimee Morris
- Sep 17, 2016 at 2:00am EDT to Nov 30, 2016 at 6:45pm EST
- Location: around NYC
Balade à New York en 2CV
See New York City from a French perspective. Disrcete, personal and friendly with a bilingual host
Airport, office, hotel, promotion, restaurant, video production, VIP's, and all occasionsVoir New York City avec une perspective française. Discret, personnel et amical avec un hôte bilingueAéro, bureau, hotel, promo, pub, resto, video, VIP et pour toutes les occasions
- Created by: Henri L
- Oct 4, 2016 at 2:00pm to Nov 5, 2016 at 3:00pm EDT
- Location: The Cooper Union, Founadation buiding, 7 East 7th St, NY 10003
Jusqu’au 5 novembre, la bande dessinée francophone s'affiche à New York, avec une exposition au Cooper Union building et une série de rencontres avec des graphistes et auteurs du neuvième Art, dans différents lieux. Entrée libre.
- Created by: Agnes Kerr
- Oct 5, 2016 at 3:30pm to Oct 8, 2016 at 5:30pm EDT
- Location: The Brooklyn Academy of Music
As part of the Brooklyn/Paris Exchange and Tandem Paris-New York, BAM and Théâtre de la Ville (France) present the U.S. premiere of Minuit, by French director Yoann Bourgeois, from Oct 5 - 8, 2016.
Poised somewhere between inhale and exhale, night and day, Minuit (“midnight”) marks the US debut of charismatic acrobat and performer Yoann Bourgeois, a major force in France’s nouveau cirque scene. This series of vaudevillian vignettes is the result of Bourgeois’ rigorous physical experimentation into what he calls the “suspension point,” the body’s ineffable moment of weightlessness while in motion. As he and his dazzling collaborators fall and fly, chairs, stairs, trampolines, and microphones are transformed into opportunities for humor, insight, and physical magic. Bodies mimic pulleys and gears, weights and counterweights, revealing poetry in that elusive space in between.
- Created by: Suzanne Buracas
- Oct 6, 2016 to Nov 18, 2016
- Location: Lincoln Plaza Cinema and IFC Center
Strand Releasing is pleased to announce the US release of BEING 17, acclaimed French director André Téchiné (Wild Reeds, Thieves)’s moving exploration of adolescent sexual awakening, with a script co-written by director Céline Sciamma (Girlhood), starring the great Sandrine Kiberlain (Mademoiselle Chambon,) Kacey Mottet Klein (Sister, Gainsbourg), Corentin Fila, and Alexis Loret. BEING 17 is scheduled to open on Friday, October 7 in New York at Lincoln Plaza Cinema and IFC Center followed by a national release.
Unfolding over four seasons in the arresting, mountainous setting of the French Pyrénées, BEING 17 is the story of Damien (Mr. Mottet Klein) and Thomas (Mr. Fila,) two French teenagers from very different upbringings who go to the same high school but are constantly fighting. When family circumstances bring Damien’s mother, Marianne (Ms. Kiberlain) to invite Thomas to live with them, the young men are forced to coexist and work through their emerging and complicated desires.
- Created by: Aimee Morris